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March Break at Ryerson

Monday, March 12 - Friday, March 16

Visit Ryerson's distinctly urban campus for the opportunity to tour our campus and facilities, chat with future professors, current students, admissions, and more!


See for yourself what makes Ryerson Canada's leading university for innovation and career relevant learning during our faculty-focused Open House dates.

Find Your Program

We've tailored our activities just for you - we'll be showcasing our six faculties throughout March Break. Find out the day your faculty will be featured below.

Not sure what a faculty is? It's a collection of related subject areas. For example, the Faculty of Arts is home to humanities and social science programs (such as English and Sociology) and the Faculty of Science is home to science and mathematics programs (such as Biomedical Science and Financial Mathematics). If you're not sure which faculty you've applied to, check out this list of programs!

If you have any further questions, check our March Break FAQ at the bottom of this page.

Can't attend any of the dates above? Campus and residence tours will also be available on Tuesday, March 13 and Thursday, March 15, 2018. Register for either of these dates below:

Monday, March 12: Faculty of Arts + Faculty of Communication and Design + Faculty of Community Services

Overview

The Faculty of Arts is at the frontier of world-class research, innovation and creative practice in the social sciences and humanities. Ryerson University’s brand of career-relevant learning, combined with a liberal arts education, is a hallmark of our undergraduate programs. You will gain valuable skills in research, evaluation and communication, which are essential for success in today’s economy. And experiential learning activities, in the form of community projects, research, social enterprises or internships, will ensure you develop the skills and knowledge to launch your career after graduation.

Programs in this Faculty

  • Arts and Contemporary Studies
  • Criminology
  • English
  • Environmental and Urban Sustainability
  • Geographic Analysis
  • History
  • International Economics and Finance
  • Language and Intercultural Relations
  • Politics and Governance
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Undeclared Arts

Overview

The Faculty of Communication and Design is Ryerson’s creative innovation hub. To be part of the faculty is to be part of a unique and vibrant community. Recognized as creators, changemakers and entrepreneurs, our faculty and graduates are leading the future of communications, the creative professions and the cultural industries. Our programs, many of which are one-of-a-kind in Canada or have been identified as top in their field both nationally and internationally, attract talented students from across Canada and around the world.

Programs in this Faculty

  • Creative Industries
  • Fashion Communication
  • Fashion Design
  • Graphic Communications Management
  • Image Arts: Film Studies
  • Image Arts: Photography Studies
  • Interior Design
  • Journalism
  • Media Production
  • New Media
  • Performance: Acting
  • Performance: Dance
  • Performance: Production
  • Professional Communication
  • Sport Media

 

Overview

The Faculty of Community Services has an ongoing commitment to changing lives, transforming communities and making a positive impact. Our programs are designed to encourage students to be social innovators – to think differently and push boundaries to find lasting solutions to social issues within our communities – nationally and globally. Our students graduate with the knowledge and skills to deliver better social and health services as front-line workers, as well as policy makers and change agents.

Programs in this Faculty

  • Child and Youth Care
  • Disability Studies
  • Early Childhood Studies
  • Midwifery
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition and Food
  • Occupational Health and Safety; Public Health and Safety
  • Social Work
  • Urban and Regional Planning

Wednesday, March 14: Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science + Faculty of Science

Overview

In the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science, we inspire fresh approaches to society’s challenges and encourage our students and researchers to move from innovative concepts to real-world entrepreneurship. We provide professional-level degrees and a strong foundation, and we offer paid internships and opportunities to build startups.

Programs in this Faculty

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Architectural Science
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering Co-op
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Undeclared Engineering

Overview

In the Faculty of Science, we believe science is all about discovery and results. We call our approach “connected science” – an approach that forms unique bonds between disciplines to solve some of today’s biggest challenges, from preserving clean water to the development of smart algorithms for mining voluminous high-dimensional data. We offer co-op programs and real-world learning, and you’ll get the chance to interact with passionate, talented professors who will help you build your own career and experience.

Programs in this Faculty

  • Biology
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Mathematics and its Applications
  • Medical Physics
  • Undeclared Science

Friday, March 16: Ted Rogers School of Management

Overview

Ted Rogers School of Management students are diverse, collaborative and uniquely equipped to become the global leaders of tomorrow. Backed by passion and drive, students are encouraged to be innovative, entrepreneurial and invested in their own success. Through theoretical and practical education and research, faculty inspire students to be independent, socially conscious and prepared to take on 21st century challenges. Independent and group studies, student activities and case competitions encourage an open exchange of ideas and perspectives between students and professors. In today’s complex world, our students continue to impress with their focus, determination and critical thinking.

Programs in this Faculty

  • Accounting & Finance
  • Business Management
  • Business Technology Management
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Retail Management

 

Our Location

Map of Ryerson Theatre, 350 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3

Frequently Asked Questions

Programming begins each day at 10 a.m.

If you're joining us on Monday, head to the Mattamy Athletic Centre to start your day. If you're joining us Tuesday - Friday, head to the Ryerson Theatre to start your day. Please consult the agenda for more information on programming for each day.

Feel free to join us on both days! If that is not an option, plan to attend on the date that features the program you are most interested in. Remember, you can always learn more about our program offerings through our Undergraduate Programs page or an online information session.

Please note that campus tours and residence tours will be available each day throughout March Break (see agenda for specific timing).

Although you are welcome to attend on any day, please note that daily programming is faculty specific. It is strongly recommended that you attend on the day featuring your program of interest.

Come and join us for a General Campus Tour outside of the break. We host tours Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Online registration is required.

Or, check out our virtual tour from the comfort of your own home!

There are a number of Green P lots found around campus. Use this Campus Map to help you plan your route. Please note that we are unable to validate parking.

There are a number of ways to reach campus if you are arriving by public transit.

  • external,TTC: The nearest subway stops are College Station and Dundas Station, on the Yonge-University line.

  • external,GO Transit: The nearest stop is Union Station. From there it is a 20 minute walk or a 5 minute subway ride to Dundas Station.

  • external,Greyhound: The Bay Street bus terminal is a block west of campus, accessible through the Atrium on Bay.

Please contact us in advance at visitus@ryerson.ca if you require accommodations (ASL interpreter, etc.).

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